Tanner Moushey

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https://missionlab.dev
Specializing in custom solutions, Tanner's work has pushed WordPress to its limits. He's even helped pioneer its future as a core contributor to WordPress’ source code and popular tools like Restrict Content Pro and BuddyPress. Tanner is the CEO at Mission Lab where he leads a team building church products like Study Church and serving mission driven organizations.

The 4 Questions to Answer for a Successful Multisite Church Website

Multisite church websites need to work for everyone involved. The challenge is meeting the needs of each congregation without sacrificing the continuity and branding of the church website as a whole. In this article, you’ll discover your solution by comparing some major components of each kind of church and multisite. These answers will help you to create the strongest website for your community.

Top 3 Sermon Media Plugins for WordPress

Every week, pastors spend hours preparing their sermons to bring hope to their congregations. Many would-be attendees evaluate a church by first visiting the sermon archives to determine if they feel a connection with the church.

WordPress Church Theme Roundup

Building a new website for your church can be a daunting task. WordPress is a great platform to work with and it is super popular, but with that popularity comes an overwhelming number of options when it comes to themes and templates. In this article, I’m going to help you cut through the noise and share with you some of my favorite themes for churches.

Church Online Giving with GiveWP

The issue of tithing and giving can be a tricky subject for churches, and there's no shortage of opinions. Many churches will pass an offering plate every week while others hide a donation box in the back corner of the church. The issue quickly compounds when you include into the discussion the plethora of ways to give digitally.

Best Church Website Hosting on a Budget

Last month, I wrote an article outlining 4 common mistakes that churches make with their websites. I could have included a fifth mistake that churches make all the time: choosing "cheap" hosting for their website. In case you're not familiar with what a host is, it is hardware and software that is used to store your website files and code. A host is basically a computer that is always connected to the Internet so that everyone can access your website.

4 Things You're Doing Wrong With Your Church Website

Your church website is very important. For many people, it is the front door to your church, the first impression that they get. Likely your website is also a resource to your members, a place to keep everyone up-to-date and promote events and such.

Best Admin Tools for Churches on a Budget

Welcome to another New Year, the time that comes every 12 months where we reassess our goals and aspirations. As you do, I hope that you will take a few minutes to evaluate one of the most important and yet overlooked jobs within a church: Administration.

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